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And the winner is....

Professor Plant

Congratulations to Saint Roberts Roman Catholic Primary School, winners of the Spring Bulbs for Schools competition 2011.

They will be awarded a day trip to St Fagans: National History Museum for a fun-packed day of nature activities on the 25th of May.

Standards were very high this year and I was overwhelmed by the number of schools sending in records, so I would also like to congratulate the following schools.

Runner's up: These schools came very close to winning. Each will be sent a special prize with their certificates by the 3rd of May 2011.

  • Morfa Rhianedd
  • Ysgol Bro Ciwmeirch
  • Ysgol Clocaenog

Highly commended: These schools demonstrated excellent record keeping. All to be sent certificates and prizes by the 3rd of May 2011.

  • Murch Junior School
  • Ysgol Nant Y Coed
  • Ysgol Deganwy 
  • Ysgol Pencae
  • Ysgol Y Ffridd
  • Lansdowne Primary School
  • St. Mary's Catholic Primary School
  • Ysgol Gynradd Glantwymyn
  • Ysgol Penycae (Ystradgynlais)
  • Ysgol Rhys Pritchard
  • Eyton Primary School
  • Ysgol Bodfari
  • Ysgol Cynfran
  • Cwm Glas Primary
  • Milford Haven Junior school
  • Oakfield Primary school
  • Tynewydd Primary School
  • St Joseph's Primary School
  • St. Joseph's R C Primary (Penarth)
  • Windsor Clive Primary
  • Ysgol Porth Y Felin
  • Glyncollen Primary School (2nd)
  • Coleg Powys

Special recognition: Is awarded to these schools. They will each receive Super Scientist Certificates together with a few seedlings by the 3rd of May 2011.

  • Maesycwmmer Primary School
  • Bishop Childs CIW Primary School
  • Coleg Meirion Dwyfor
  • Laugharne VCP School
  • Glyn Hafod Junior School
  • Howell's School Llandaff
  • Ysgol Iau Hen Golwyn
  • Pembroke Dock Community school
  • Ysgol Gynradd Brynconin
  • Ysgol Brynffordd

Not too late! If your school isn't listed here and you have some records to send in then please do so. You will receive recognition for your work.

Many thanks.

Professor Plant

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